This collection include 5 previously posted Betty Boop cartoons converted from DivX to QuickTime: Betty Boop: A Song a Day (1936), Betty Boop: Is My Pam Read (1932), Betty Boop: More Pep (1936), Betty Boop's Ker-Choo (1932), Betty Boop: The Candid Candidate (1937). favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: animation, betty_boop, fleischer
This was an extremely difficult Betty Boop to find. Enjoy. She could not be any worse than our present one. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Betty Boop, Classic Cartoons, Vintage Cartoons
This set contains Betty Boop's Museum, Bimbo in the Robot, Boop-Oop-_A-Doop. These was resurrected from an old Hard Drive. They was also repaired because the eraser that cleans the hard drive almost destroyed them. Topics: Betty Boop, Classic Cartoons, Vintage Cartoons
Welcome to the Betty Boop theater. These files was resurrected from one of my dumpster diving expeditions and there was a homemade dvd of many rare Betty Boop Cartoons. Thank you to whoever dumped this DVD without first looking at its contents. Several Unnamed cartoons was also found on the dvd along with posters and other material. I believe that all these cartoons are complete. The first attempt in creating 2 was a disaster. This theater contains some that had already been uploaded and a few... Topics: Betty Boop, Classic Cartoons, Vintage cartoons
In her only color cartoon, Betty Boop goes to the ball thanks to the good fairy; later, only her foot fits the glass slipper. Cast Mae Questel ... Betty Boop Directed by Dave Fleischer Produced by Max Fleischer Animators Roland Crandall, William Henning, Seymour Kneitel Music by Sammy Timberg Details Country USA Release Date: August 3, 1934 Production Co: Fleischer Studios -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NOTE: The You Tube account "Show... Topics: Public Domain, Animation, Cartoon, Family Friendly, Funny, Hilarious, kids show, Mae Questel, Betty...
Crazy Inventions, Popeye the Sailor, S.O.S.,Stopping the Show, and Betty Boop Limited are the cartoons recovered from an old 30 Gb hard drive. There are more once they are repaired. Thanks for your patience. It also contains the tired old Popyeye found under other headings. It was classified as racist. Topics: Betty Boop, Classic Cartoons, Vintage cartoons
The Betty Boop Cinderella cartoon is already up on this site (http://www.archive.org/details/bb_poor_cinderella). This new copy isn't perfect, but it might be more true to the Fleischer style and the Cinecolor of the 1930s. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Fleischer Studios, Betty Boop, Cinderella
This theater was created in honor of the voice actors and actresses that made Betty Boop Carttons. This is a copy of a DVD I had that I found on one of my dumpster diving expeditions.It was a homemade job with Betty Boop cartoons. copies of World War II stamps for use in getting victory bonds, postcards, and other material. Thanks to whoever dumped it. Topics: Vintage cartoons, Betty Boop, Cartoons, Fleischer studios
Betty Boop in Boop Oop a Doop (1932). voice by Little Ann Little or either Margie Hines who knows they all sound alike, the typical Helen Kane impersonation. Betty's a circus headliner in Boop-oop-a-doop. Betty can be seen on horseback. Betty then star's as a liontamer & a highwire walker. Upon the highwire, Betty sings a jazz number, "Do Something, Boop-oop-a-doop," which had been a hit song for Helen Kane in 1929; Betty, of course, was based on flapper ragtime singer Helen Kane. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Betty Boop, Cartoon, humor, Fleischer Studios, 1932, Boop Oop a Doop, Little Ann Little, Margie...
Plot taken from IMDb: Betty Boop campaigns for Grampy for Mayor; he wins by one vote, but finds politics is no picnic. Urban renewal is parodied. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Betty Boop, Fleischer Studios
A betty boop cartoon in 1932. directed by dave fleischer animated by willard bowsky and myron waldman. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topic: (betty boop) (max fleischer) (funny) (cartoons)
I looked on this site and Crazy Town was not here. This one Seems to be absent in most Betty Boop collections. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Vintage cartoone, Betty Boop, Classic Cartoons, Cartoons
Betty Boop withdraw in 1939. This cartoon might be her best from that year. Her house is invaded by lively crows and she finds ways to handle the problem. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Betty Boop, Fleischer Studios
Betty's first apperance (1930) as a Helen Kane-like Caricature who is perform's on stage for bimbo she performs in somewhere which looks simuler to the Cotton Club nightclub in Harlem , only problem is she is that Betty is nameless and is a anthropomorphic French poodle. Betty's floppy poodle ears later became hoop earrings in the Betty Boop cartoon series, and her black poodle nose becomes a girl's button-like nose. Betty's voice is provided by Margie Hines in this Cartoon Short. like all the... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Betty Boop, Cartoon, humor, Helen Kane, Fleischer Studios, Margie Hines, 1930, Dizzy Dishes
Not to forget, our pioneers, full of ingenuity and intelligence. Pioneers, who wrote the history of cinema, I took Betty Boop and Little Jimmy, I lightly colored! and I will spread on Dailymotion, and Youtude! Thank you to: http://archive.org! cordially thethbac Topic: betty boop and little jimmy
Betty's sixth apperance (1931). voice is provided by Little Ann Little. Bimbo shows up at Betty's door with his assistant's to help Betty move house. Bimbo takes one glance at Betty, and falls in love with her. Bimbo then sing's "Hello Beautiful" to Betty which is like a reference to Maurice Chevalier, who is later heard in the Betty Boop Cartoon stopping the show (1932). favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Betty Boop, Cartoon, humor, Fleischer Studios, 1931, Little Ann Little, Bimbos Express
Betty's first apperance (1930) as a Helen Kane-like Caricature who is perform's on stage for bimbo she performs in somewhere which looks simuler to the Cotton Club nightclub in Harlem , only problem is she is that Betty is nameless and is a anthropomorphic French poodle. Betty's floppy poodle ears later became hoop earrings in the Betty Boop cartoon series, and her black poodle nose becomes a girl's button-like nose. Betty's voice is provided by Margie Hines in this Cartoon Short. like all the... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Betty Boop, Cartoon, humor, Helen Kane, Fleischer Studios, Margie Hines, 1930, Dizzy Dishes
An hour of great 1930's Betty Boop cartoon songs that I painstakingly upped and converted-all sung by Mae Questal, also the voice of Olive Oyl. Also I got a CD from the library "God Bless Tiny Tim: The Complete Reprise Studio Masters...And More" and I can't believe how amazing Tiny Tim was. This is a 3 CD set of his Reprise albums with outtakes from the late 60's and this the best of this CD by this musical genius. Archived programs from 1/28/2007 and 7/1/2007 Topics: Betty Boop, Tiny Tim, Hangover, Marc Time
The Dancing Fool, When My Ship Comes In,You Try Something Else, Betty Boop's Big Boss, and Betty Boop's Birthday Party. This is another collection just been repaired. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Betty Boop, Classic cartoons, Vintage Cartoons
"Uncle Max" (Max Fleischer) draws Betty and Pudgy out of the inkwell. Pudgy is tired and unwilling to perform on Betty's command. Betty uses pen and ink to draw a machine that give Pudgy more pep. Unfortunately, the machine soon runs amok, speeding up not only Pudgy and Betty, but the entire city as well. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/More_Pep) Topics: Betty Boop, Max Fleischer
Betty runs for the office of President against Mr. Nobody. Both candidates state their platform through song and dance, referring to political issues of the time. Not long after this cartoon was released, Herbert Hoover was defeated by Franklin D. Roosevelt in the 1932 presidential election. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Betty Boop, Fleischer Studios
Betty and Pudgy are on the roof of their tenement building, trying to get her pet pigeons back in their cage. One stubborn bird refuses to return to the roost, despite Betty's please. Pudgy, imagining himself a might hunting dog, attempts to catch the bird, with little success. When the pigeon gives Pudgy the slip, the little dog eventually wanders into the forest, where he falls asleep from exhaustion. The pigeon takes pity on Pudgy, and flies him back to Betty's home. When Pudgy wakes up on... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Betty Boop, Fleischer Studios
This one was the cause of a lawsuit by the Fleischer Studios because shirts, coffee mugs and other materials had Betty Boop's likeness on them. This film is still public domain and the studio lost in court. Topics: Ethyl Merman, Betty Boop, Classic Cartoons, Vintage Cartoons
From The Public Domain Movie Database: Wiffle Waffle proposes to Betty Boop, but she tells him that she wants to marry a "bronco busting" cowboy. He heads off to a dude ranch to learn how to become a real cowboy. Topics: Betty Boop, Fleischer Studios
Betty Boop: Betty Boop And Grampy  . Creation Chip's restored version in beautiful color! These unique new type of films are all called 'Michaelangelos' and more can be found at www.creationchip.com Topics: Betty Boop, Betty Boop And Grampy, Cartoons, Michaelangelos, Creation Chip, Animation, Comedy,...
Betty Boop Mask-a-Raid (1931). her voice is provided by Little Ann Little. Betty is Queen of the Masquerade Ball. Betty now has earrings instead of the long ears & is fully human, but she still flirts with Bimbo the dog. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Betty Boop, Cartoon, humor, Fleischer Studios, 1931, Mask-a-raid, Little Ann Little
Betty Boop Dizzy Red Riding Hood (1931). voice is provided by Little Ann Little. Betty Boop star's as Little Red Riding Hood. It is unknown if Betty is completly human being as she is wearing a hood undeath lies either Hoop earrings or long floppy doggy ears. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Betty Boop, Cartoon, humor, Fleischer Studios, 1931, Dizzy Red Riding Hood, Little Red Riding Hood,...
Betty Boop in Jack & the Beanstalk (1931). voice by Ann Rothschild aka Little Ann Little. Betty gets top billing in Jack & the Beanstalk because she was the bigger star by the latter part of 1931, but second-billed Bimbo plays the title role & has the larger amount of screen time. Bimbo has reverted to the un-cute white-faced Bimbo in this one.Betty still has doggy ears. Topics: Betty Boop, Cartoon, humor, Fleischer Studios, 1931, Jack and the beanstalk, Little Ann Little
It is rumored that this is one of rarest Betty boop Cartoons. Thanks to internet friends, they found a copy of it. Enjoy Topics: Fleischer studios, Betty Boop, Black and white cartoons, vintage cartoons
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A film made by combining extracts from several Betty Boop cartoons, taken from the Internet Archive, with scenes from "Symptoms in Schizophrenia"(also from the Archive). A tale of obsession. New soundtrack added. Topics: betty boop, mental illness, obsession, boogie woogie, piano, love, lust, remix, reedit, mashup
Betty's fourth apperance. (1931) Betty Boop star's as Dangerous Nan Mcgrew the Sharpshooting Singer. Helen Kane original Boop oop a doop girl had previously played Dangerous Nan Mcgrew in a (1930) paramount movie. Betty's voice is provided by either Mae Questel or Kate Wright, meaning unknown due to the fact that it isnt the usual Helen Kane impersonation. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Betty Boop, Cartoon, humor, Helen Kane, Fleischer Studios, Mae Questel, Kate Wright, 1931, The Bum...
Updated, The Music Of Mae Questel in the Archive. By BoopBoopaddoop Mae Questel was the woman behind the voice of Olive Oyl, Casper the Friendly Ghost, Little Audry, Little Lulu, and Betty Boop. Born in the Bronx in 1912, at the age of 17 by winning a competition that was held in the RKO Fordham Theater in order to select a young lady who could most successfully imitate Helen Kane's whiny neurotic baby talk act, already becoming famous for its tag line, "Boop-boop-be-doop." The Helen... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Mae Questel Kwestel Betty Boop Cartoon Song Shirley Temple Helen Kane 1920s 1930 1934 1935 World...
In 1934, a Japanese Artist known as Nippon Betty Boop, recorded a song entitled "Tweet Tweet Tweet" with Columbia Jazz Band, she sings in both english and japanese as Betty Boop. Lyrics: What do the birdies mean when they go tweet tweet tweet? tweet tweet tweet When I asked my boyfriend, he looked very wise, Said "It`s a secret, but I`ll tell you, if you close your eyes. Then you must pucker up and say these words, tweet, tweet, And I will give you something nice and sweet."... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Betty Boop, Vintage, Helen Kane, Flapper, Jazz, Columbia, Jazz Band, Music, Japan, Japanese,...
Betty, while reading a book of Mother Goose stories, wishes to visit such a wonderful place. Betty's wish is granted when Mother Goose appears, and gives her a tour of Mother Goose Land. Betty has a wonderful time until Little Miss Muffet's spider chases her, with lecherous ends in mind. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mother_Goose_Land) favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Betty Boop, Fleischer Studios
This one had been banned for years for drug use. Betty in this one was playing dentist and both got high from Laughing gas. The sound is like that of a victrola and somewhat scratchy. Topics: Betty Boop Cartoons, Vintage cartoons